Stamford Endowed Schools pupils ready to put on a show

Cast members of Stamford Endowed School's production of A Servant to Two Masters. From left, back, Polly Freestone, 18, Laurie Rae, 17, Dan Adams, 18, Hannah Storey, 17, and Bill Bowden, 18. Front, Kieran Pegrum-Milner, 17, Katherine Gibbons, 17, and Charles Bennie, 17.  'Photo: MSMP060314-007ow
Cast members of Stamford Endowed School's production of A Servant to Two Masters. From left, back, Polly Freestone, 18, Laurie Rae, 17, Dan Adams, 18, Hannah Storey, 17, and Bill Bowden, 18. Front, Kieran Pegrum-Milner, 17, Katherine Gibbons, 17, and Charles Bennie, 17. 'Photo: MSMP060314-007ow
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School pupils are ready to entertain audiences this week with their latest production.

Stamford Endowed Schools drama pupils will acting out A Servent To Two Masters at Stamford Corn Exchange tomorrow (Wednesday), Thursday and Friday.

Goldoni’s masterpiece is an enduring story of love, passion and mistaken identity. Lee Hall’s adaptation of the original 18th-century farce follows the antics of the wily Truffaldino, who downsizes the servant economy and doubles his own pay by signing up to two different masters.

Each performance begins at 7.30pm. Tickets are available for £10, or £7 for concessions, direct from the school at tickets@ses.lincs.sch.uk or on 01780 750040.